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Bob Myers is walking away from Golden State Warriors dynasty

DubNation will always be thankful and grateful for the vision and leadership of the architect of the dynasty that has brought the fans of the team from the bay so much pleasure. Myers is stepping away for a break after eleven years. No! Myers is stepping away because he does not want to be be held accountable for dismantling the championship team he built with owner Joe Lacob. He has earned the right to preserve his memories and relationships which he has cultivated over his tenure.

After four championships and six trips to the finals, the curtain has fallen on this chapter of the Golden State Warriors.

Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green remain the core of the Warriors going forward for now, with Jordan Poole, Jonathan Kuminga, and Andrew Wiggins' future in doubt. Lacob must make a decisive bold move and, odds are, Joe Lacob will make a that bold move with the departure of Myers, elevating head coach Steve Kerr to General Manager and Senior VP Chris Murphy to President of Operations, with Kenny Atkinson replacing Kerr as head coach.

Whomever replaces Myers the road back to a contending championship level team will be difficult. Green may opt-out of the last year of his current deal, Donte Divincenzo may as well, but should they decide to stay, the inconsistent Jordan Poole, Jonathan Kuminga, and the all star Andrew Wiggins should be shopped around the league.

Jaylen Brown should be Steve Kerr's prime target, sending Jordan Poole, Jonathan Kuminga, and whoever else (Warrior's 2023 first round pick) it takes to acquire the 3&D all-star wing. Kerr should also consider an Andrew Wiggins swap for second team all-NBA defensive O.G. Anunoby if Draymond Green opts-out.

The loss of not watching Jordan Poole and Jonathan Kuminga develop will be disappointing to most, but Joe Lacob, it is time to think outside of the box if you want to preserve whatever remains of Stephen Curry's career, understand this: this is not a time to procrastinate; make the moves now.

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